"Well, there are so many holes in 1st Avenue, [I] really didn't think anyone would notice."
But yeah, Sony is lame. I had a DVD drive for just over a year when it went out. Wouldn't do anything about it. I won't buy Sony again if there's any other alternative out there.
(and the sun, itself, is incredibly small compared to some stars).
Like Charlie Sheen.
For the record I believe in evolution, questioning the bible, and tolerance for everybody, be they black, white, gay, Klingon
Wow. That is beautiful.
This would be even more beautiful:
For the record I believe in evolution, questioning the bible, and acceptance for everybody, be they black, white, gay, Klingon or even women.
This is a hot-button issue where side A tries to convince side B they're wrong, and side B tries to convince side A of same.
There are benefits and drawbacks of full disclosure. There are benefits and drawbacks of responsible disclosure. There will never be a consensus.
I'm not trying to say it's not worth trying, but when doing a Google search for "full disclosure" and "responsible disclosure" on slashdot.org comes up with:
All on the first page . . . all from 2010 . . . All as threads with this debate going on . .
Hasn't the deceased equine been flogged enough?
I believe there are times when full disclosure is better, especially when a company has shown a track record of not following through. I believe there are times when responsible disclosure is better. I don't think it's an absolute and this is not the only criteria I use when trying to decide which one applies to a scenario. But when the debate keeps going on over and over and over and over again . . . perhaps there should be a "Full Disclosure vs Responsible Disclosure" classification for Slashdot.
If all else fails, immortality can always be assured by spectacular error. -- John Kenneth Galbraith